An intuitive play with art
The Painter’s Playground is located on an outdoor terrace in Warsaw and designed to encourage creative and intuitive play with art.
A characteristic, central point of the zone is a gigantic, yellow bucket from which paint is being poured. The blue paint spill coming out of the bucket is also a slide for children. The handle of the bucket acts as a tube to pull up and twist, while its bottom is a climbing wall.
Functions embedded in the form
A brush is also part of the installation, as if abandoned by a painter – a giant who did not finish his work. The brush is a place to sit and relax for adults, while children are inspired to partake in a variety of fun – jumping, rolling, hiding. Blue blots with painted numbers are an unconventional interpretation of hopscotch